12 deliciously geeky wedding cakes #Food#cake#doctor who#dungeons and dragons#food#gamers#geeky#nintendo#role playing games#sci-fi July 12 2010 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin The infamous Portal game cube cake from one of my most favorite lesbian gamer geek wedding ever featured. You may or may not know that I'm a total dork, even Ariel attested to that fact during her last book reading. So every now and then when we get geeky wedding submitted to us, or when someone submits their photos to the Flickr pool, I get SUPER excited when I see really geeky cakes. Please to enjoy some of my favorites… I love this Katamari Damacy wedding cake which just blows my freaking mind AND it looked delicious. A Tardis cake from a Doctor Who themed wedding! (Fun fact: most OBB posts get written while I watch marathons of Doctor Who.) The cake designer, Consumed by Cake explains this bad boy: "The bride and groom were a really fun couple and wanted the Star Trek insignia and Space Invaders on their cakes, but also something more 'weddingy'… So we came up with glittery hearts and daisies." A homemade Transformers cake from Virginia & Darren's Transformers and Medieval merriment wedding! Wow to this Dungeons and Dragons themed wedding cake. Related Post Our jaws dropped when we saw this geek adventure wedding (on a budget!) We had a geek adventure wedding theme, incorporating a few of our favorite things in every way we could (Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings,... Read more Tribe member Miranda had this awesome Lego castle cake, complete with candy blocks! From a cake with Legos to a cake that IS a Lego! The bride explains, "The Lego Cake that I made the DAY BEFORE, with the Sculpy cake toppers made by my mom." A Pac-Man cake (full view of the cake here) from a gamer wedding. The Gundam are "constructing" this groom's cake. And the cake toppers are the male and female robots from Godannar anime series. This cake, from Cat and Andrew's sci-fi, gamer nerd wedding has a Scribblenauts theme with appearances by their other favorite video game characters. And I will end it with this Millenium Falcon cake from Jax and Andy's wedding. Because this is how all things should end — with a Star Wars baked good. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS Becca & Adam's turquoise and red, Rock 'n Roll wedding! NEXT Pop-up lotus flower wedding invitations Show/Hide comments [ 26 ] The D&D cake blows my mind. DO WANT. 2 agree Reply I just want to sort of "pimp" the cake my sister made for our wedding, because it SO fits the subject. Super geeky Mario cake. We loved it so much. http://www.flickr.com/photos/51945009@N05/4783322567/ Reply Ahhhhh, my Nintendo obsessed self loves your cake! Reply Woohoo! That red Lego brick cake was mine. 🙂 My husband and I made that cake the day before our wedding, where-as my Mom had those magnificent cake toppers done months in advance! Reply kept telling myself that i would only get the hubs a groomscake if i found the perfect one….cue d&d…. Reply I last minute rickrolled my guy with a grocery-store cake. I got him all built up for this surprise groom's cake, then brought out a chocolate sheet cake reading "Never Gonna Give You Up" and a picture of Rick Astley. ;D 2 agree Reply That is glorious! I rick rolled everyone at our reception by putting on the Macarena which record ripped into Never Gonna Give You Up. It was a huge laugh. I do so appreciate a good rick roll. Well done! Reply Our current plan is for a basic white tiered cake, but with green ribbon with gold Hyrule symbols on it, lots of little fairies cascading down the cake, and the Master Sword thrust into the top. And the groom's cake is a 1-up mushroom! 1 agrees Reply *joygasm* Reply Really need to start working on cake ideas. Definately going to be something geeky but there's so much choice! I've also got to share this amazing Discworld cake (It's the entire disc, complete with turtle and elephants!) http://freespace.virgin.net/tony.fisk2/janescakes/discworld/discworld.htm 3 agree Reply The Scribblenauts cake is so colorful and delightful! Reply Am I seeing this?? Optimus Prime and Bumblebee as the bride & groom? LOL LOL LOL LOL That just completely made my day. Reply Wow these are amazing. Hahaha at Sharon – I cant believe you rickrolled your guy! hahahhaa. oh man. Reply It was so much fun. He just grinned, shook his head and said "You nerd." 1 agrees Reply the d and d cake is awesome! It is similar to my idea to get me and my boyfriend's wow characters as cake toppers. Reply Yay! My Katamari cake is still getting some love almost two years later! 😀 Reply I'll have to call FH down to show him the D&D cake. He'll love it! I'm digging the TARDIS cake. As soon as I watched the recent season finale, I've been plotting on how to incorporate a TARDIS in my wedding. (Luckily FH's Doctor Who collection includes a mini version that I can stick into my bouquet.) Reply So. Happy! I'm thinking of a white-tiered "classic" cake, but with homages on each layer to star wars, trek, LOTR, and the other geeky things we love. Still need to work on how exactly to do that though 🙂 1 agrees Reply damn that portal cake beats the hell outta the one i made for my sister. http://chibimassacre.deviantart.com/art/The-Cake-Is-Not-A-Lie-144168169 i shoulda just focused on making one cube 1 agrees Reply I'm late to the party, but so honored and excited that you included our pac-man wedding cake. The baker, Jenny from Sweetest Thing Bakery, was even nice enough to specially make vegetarian (gelatin free) fondant for us. Reply Such wonderful cakes! I love to look at them. Reply I remember this post but not our grooms cake being in it. 🙂 glad to see I'm in so many posts lol. <3 Jax Reply The girl making my groom's cake for the wedding once made a companion cube cake, but it was served with what looked like a regular round iced cake next to it. The regular looking cake was however food grade styrofoam, thus proving that the cake was a lie! 4 agree Reply O….M…..G!!!!!!!! i want it all! even katamari! so epic! 1 agrees Reply I love this! I badly want an anime themed cake… possibly Fullmetal Alchemist or Clannad. Anyone have any ideas?? Reply Even though we had a super traditional wedding cake, me and my husband had a Spiderman appearing from underneath it and Sylvanian Families figures as our topper. Reply Leave a Reply to Kate Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. 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